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Autism Books for Children
from Speech Kids Texas Press

Speech Kids Texas Press, Inc. offers reader friendly, educational resource books written for children about children with special needs. The publishing company offers high quality award winning products specific to areas in children's disabilities and multiculturalism. Some of the publisher's books have received the Barbara Jordan Media Award, the Benjamin Franklin Finalist Seal, and nominations for the Dolly Gray Developmental Disabilities Literature Award. Speech Kids Texas Press, Inc. will be expanding its children's illustrated products to include subjects about socio-economic awareness and special family populations. The books and materials sold on this website are available for educators, parents, caregivers, and professionals of all disciplines. Books are available via publisher's website www.speechkidstexaspress.com or www.Amazon.com.

Four Books Available by Speech Kids Texas Press, Inc.

Keisha's Doors: An Autism StoryKeisha's Doors: An Autism Story (2005) -(2006 Benjamin Franklin Finalist, Nominated for the Dolly Gray Developmental Disabilities Literature Award, 15th Annual Writer's Digest Honorable Mention, 2006 Amazon.com Top Reviewer's Choice) ISBN: 1-933319-00-3/ 978-1-933319-00-1

Summary: An older sister can't understand why her little sister, Keisha, won't play with her. The family finds out that Keisha has autism and goes to see a therapist to understand what autism means to them.

Book Info: (32 pg. ill. hardcover; reading level: adult/child read thru 2nd grade; English-Spanish trans.) $16.95 cover price

Tacos Anyone? An Autism StoryTacos Anyone? An Autism Story (2005) -(2005 Barbara Jordan Media Award, Nominated for the Dolly Gray Developmental Disabilities Literature Award) ISBN 1-933319-02-X/ 978-1-933319-02-5

Summary: Michael is a four year old boy with autism. His older brother, Thomas, doesn't understand why Michael behaves the way he does. The therapist teaches Thomas how to play with Michael, making sibling time fun again.

Book Info: (32 pg. ill. hardcover; reading level: adult/child read thru 2nd grade; English-Spanish trans.) $16.95 cover price

Sitting on Letters: A Story about Low Muscle Tone (2008) ISBN 978-1-933319-04-9

Summary: A young girl (with low muscle tone) learns how poor sitting positions can affect how she works and plays. She learns from her uncle, an occupational therapist, about good sitting positions that remind him of letters in the alphabet.

Book Info: (32 pg. ill. hardcover; reading level: adult/child read thru 2nd grade; English-Spanish trans.) $16.95 cover price

Busy Bees: A Sensory Defensiveness Story ISBN 978-1-933319-06-3

Summary: A young girl tells how different things in our everyday environment can sometimes make our five senses upset. She explains how working with an occupational therapist helped her with overcoming a sensory dysfunction or hypersensitivity to food textures.

Book Info: (32 pg. ill. hardcover; reading level: adult/child read thru 2nd grade; English-Spanish trans.) $16.95 cover price


Marvie Ellis, M.S., CCC-SLP
Author/ Speech-Language Pathologist
Speech Kids Texas Press, Inc.
3802 Beaconsdale Drive
Austin, TX 78727
Phone (512) 426-0163
Fax (512) 255-6498
http://www.speechkidstexaspress.com


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